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Teenage boys more at risk from vaccines than Covid


Teenage boys are six time more more likely to endure from coronary heart issues from the vaccine than be hospitalised from Covid-19, a significant study has discovered.

Children who face the biggest risk of a “cardiac adverse event” are boys aged between 12 and 15 following two doses of a vaccine, in accordance with new analysis from America. 

A crew led by Dr Tracy Hoeg at the University of California investigated the rate of cardiac myocarditis – coronary heart irritation – and chest ache in children aged 12-17 following their second dose of the vaccine.

They then contrasted this with the chance of kids needing hospital therapy owing to Covid-19, at occasions of low, average and excessive charges of hospitalisation.

Researchers discovered that the risk of coronary heart issues for boys aged 12-15 following the vaccine was 162.2 per million, which was the very highest out of all of the age groups they appeared at.

The second highest rate was amongst boys aged 16-17 (94.0 per million), followed by girls aged 16-17 (13.4 per million) and girls aged 12-15 (13.0 per million).

Meanwhile, the risk of a healthy boy needing hospital therapy owing to Covid-19 within the subsequent 120 days is 26.7 per million. This means the risk they face from coronary heart issues is 6.1 occasions greater than that of hospitalisation.

This is predicated on present charges of hospitalisations from Covid-19, that are judged to be “moderate”. During a interval of low risk of hospitalisation, corresponding to June 2021, the chance of coronary heart issues rises to 22.8 occasions greater, and through a interval of excessive risk, corresponding to January 2021, the chance of coronary heart issues continues to be 4.3 occasions greater.

The study, which has not yet been peer reviewed, analysed reviews of hostile results kids have suffered from the vaccine between January and June of this year.

The study looked at MRNA vaccines – corresponding to Pfizer and Moderna – which is relevant because Pfizer is the jab which has been put forward for vaccinating 12-15 year olds. They will not be using the AstraZeneca jab due to the elevated risk of harmful blood clots.

Please, share this information with anyone you know who thinks their child needs this vaccine, and share it with 12-15 year olds you know too, given as the government have said that each individual child will be given the final say on receiving the vaccine.